"Topping Off" Ceremony Held At Las Vegas Ballpark In Summerlin

The new home for the team formerly known as the Las Vegas 51s had the last steel beam placed today. The construction milestone took place this morning at the Las Vegas Ballpark location near Downtown Summerlin. The final beam for the 10,000 seat baseball stadium was signed by construction workers and Clark County commissioners and hoisted into place during the "Topping Off Ceremony". The stadium is scheduled to open early next year for the 2019 baseball season. For more information, you can go to thelvballpark.com.

The new name of the Las Vegas 51s has yet to be revealed.


🏗⚾️ Las Vegas Ballpark Topping Out Ceremony, marking a milestone and honoring the hard work of so many.

Posted by Las Vegas Ballpark on Thursday, October 11, 2018

Soon, all the hard work of nearly 200 construction workers will come to fruition... they'll walk through the gates of our main entrance, proud to be a part of the project and proud to say, "Play Ball!"

Posted by Las Vegas Ballpark on Thursday, October 11, 2018
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Proud to be a part of the project. Proud to soon say, “Play Ball!” 🏗⚾️ . A milestone moment, markinf the construction progress and honoring the hard work of nearly 200 construction workers during today’s Topping Out Ceremony. #LVBallpark

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